Colorado Venom Name Head Coach
Loveland, CO-The Colorado Venom of the National Indoor Football League have named Ron Mondt Head Coach and Director of Player Personnel for the 2004 Season.
Mondts previous experience includes stints with the Boise Stallions of the IPFL and Tennessee ThunderCats of the NIFL. Prior to his professional football experience, Mondt served defensive coordinator at Glenwood Springs High School and J.K. Mullen High School.
Mondt holds a Bachelors Degree from Doane College (NE) and a Masters Degree in Recreation Administration, from the University of Northern Colorado where he served as a graduate Assistant coach for the Bears under Coach Mike Riley. Tennessee Indoor Professional Sports director of Operations Garmez Parks Made the final decision to hire Mondt and stated when we learned coach Mondt was interested and available to coach the team it helped make our decision, his experience and knowledge of the game coupled with being a native of the area help us in determining who would lead the team during the inaugural season
Mondt is a native of Northern Colorado and is currently working towards his teaching certification; Mondt is married he and his wife have two sons and reside in Greeley.
Season tickets prices for the 7 home games of the 2004 season are on sale now. Season tickets prices range from $70 to $245 for the 7 home games. For more information regarding the team or to order season tickets, call the Colorado Venom front office at 970-206-4889. The NIFL website is www.NationalIndoorFootballLeague.net.
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